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Unboxing the Digi 6350-SR Cellular Router

Watch this video to see Digi VP, Tom Butts, unbox the Digi 6350-SR and answer key questions such as, “What is a cellular router?” and “What is one of the most important factors in cellular data communication?”

The Digi 6350-SR cellular router is a high-performance and future-built way to virtually eliminate downtime and keep cellular applications running smoothly at any retail or branch location. Watch this video to see Digi VP, Tom Butts, unbox the Digi 6350-SR and answer key questions such as, “What is a cellular router?” and “What is one of the most important factors in cellular data communication?”

Along with an overview of key features and everything you need to get started with a cellular router, Tom reviews cellular signal strength, optimal location and flexible mounting options for either primary connectivity in remote or temporary spaces, or as failover to a wireline-based service such as a cable modem.

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Jan 24, 2019 | Length: 3:21

Watch this video to see Digi VP, Tom Butts, unbox the Digi 6350-SR and answer key questions such as, “What is a cellular router?” and “What is one of the most important factors in cellular data communication?”

The Digi 6350-SR cellular router is a high-performance and future-built way to virtually eliminate downtime and keep cellular applications running smoothly at any retail or branch location. Watch this video to see Digi VP, Tom Butts, unbox the Digi 6350-SR and answer key questions such as, “What is a cellular router?” and “What is one of the most important factors in cellular data communication?”

Along with an overview of key features and everything you need to get started with a cellular router, Tom reviews cellular signal strength, optimal location and flexible mounting options for either primary connectivity in remote or temporary spaces, or as failover to a wireline-based service such as a cable modem.